Question: Consider a network based on dial up phone lines where sites

Consider a network based on dial-up phone lines, where sites communicate periodically, such as every night. Such networks are often configured with a server site and multiple client sites. The client sites connect only to the server, and exchange data with other clients by storing data at the server and retrieving data stored at the server by other clients. What is the advantage of such an architecture over one where a site can exchange data with another site only by first dialing it up?

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